Lizzo Files 7 NFT and Metaverse Trademark Applications for "Sasha Flute"
The American singer-songwriter intends to offer NFTs and virtual environments related to the signature flute.
Lizzo submitted more Web3-related trademarks
American singer-songwriter Lizzo has filed seven NFT and metaverse trademark applications for her signature flute - Sasha Flute. The news comes after the singer registered eight metaverse-related trademarks in March.
According to trademark attorney Mike Kondoudis, these applications were submitted to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) by Lizzo, LLC, on September 30th.
Goods and services covered under the applications include:
- NFTs and NFT-backed media;
- Clothing and virtual apparel;
- Children's books and toys;
- NFT marketplaces for virtual goods;
- Entertainment services, including TV and film productions; and
- Online virtual environments and retail stores for virtual goods.
About Sasha Flute
Apart from being a talented rapper, dancer, and singer-songwriter, Lizzo is a skilled classical flutist as well. Her flute, known as Sasha Flute, has an Instagram account with 326k followers. As the artist is famous for making impromptu flute renditions, her move to submit a trademark for Sasha Flute should not come as a surprise.
Lizzo's metaverse journey so far
Back in March, Lizzo joined a list of other record artists filing trademark applications for NFTs and virtual goods. The celebrity registered her name "LIZZO", along with "BIG GRRRL TWERK OUT", "THE BIG GRRRLS", and "100% THAT BITCH", for NFT and metaverse-related projects.
Shortly after, Lizzo made a debut in the metaverse by taking part in a Web3-based concert at Roblox's first Song Breaker Awards in April. However, she's not the only superstar who has jumped on the metaverse train.
Christina Aguilera and Miley Cyrus are some of the big names in the music industry that recently set foot in Web3. In fact, the virtual world has attracted the attention of music entertainment giants such as Sony Music Entertainment and Universal Music Group.